Uli Weber has said that he aims "to take beautiful pictures, which are also relevant." As one of the most accomplished photographers of our generation, with over 25 years of experience, Weber has done just that. His celebrity portraiture isn't just crisp, clean, modern and fresh, it's distinctly his own.
We love how Hasselbad describes Weber's work, "Behind his pictures is his desire to… Continue
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American photographer Vaggelis Fragiadakis created this interesting photographic series titled "Faces of Crete" that studies the local, elderly population on the Greek Island. Cretan families are so extended that most members of the island's population are in continuous mourning of a relative - and many on the island wear black clothing for… Continue
Twister is a newly opened restaurant in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Drawing inspiration from the upward pull of a tornado, designers Sergey Makhno and Vasily Butenko created a two-story dining area that hovers above the floor on super-slim legs, complete with light fixtures that resemble rain drops. At the bar area, you'll feel like your hanging out in a bird’s nest, as the walls are covered… Continue
With an amazing twist on why animals have color, this video is deeply creative. As a black and white forest is beautifully painted, a lone panda is forgotten, sparking compassion in an imaginative little boy. Full of heart, this video was brilliantly done.
Documentarian, fine art and architectural photographer Stephanie de Rouge gives us an incredibly interesting look at what's In Your Fridge. Comprised of photos of people and the food in their refrigerators (similar in idea to What the World Eats), the series will make you think twice about what… Continue
Glenn Jones aka Glennz is the funniest, wittiest, and most clever illustrator on the planet. It's impossible not to laugh at his hilarious illustrations. In many cases, he takes old school pop references and adds his own, unique twist on them. (Angry Birds going to anger management? Too funny.)
This isn't the first time we've featured work from the Auckland, New… Continue
To promote the much anticipated Cars 2 release, Pixar's designers created these beautiful, vintage-style posters. In the sequel, Lightning McQueen and Mater take off on an action-packed adventure to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix. Mater… Continue
Germany-based fashion photographer Max Abadian has a way of creating a captivating atmosphere, seducing the eye with unequivocal beauty. Photographing lingerie label Blush’s fall 2011 campaign, Abadian tells an interesting story while models Hannah Davis and Ryan Carney help the photographer create sweet and seductive scenes.
Miami-based artist NFN Kalyan just started a limited edition series of incredibly cool pieces - heads etched in glass! Made from sapphire glass and steel with a walnut wooden base, to house the LED lighting, the art is as cool as it is crazy!
This new piece, of NBA superstar LeBron James' head, took the artist five months to complete and is just the first of many to come. We can't…
Popstastic! That's the best word we could use to describe Andy Awesome's incredibly cool art. He's back with another fun and fresh set where he takes pop culture icons (think Sesame Street, Star Wars, etc) and turns them into magnificently minimalist characters squeezed into circles. (See… Continue
By all accounts, the Internet is still a baby. However, in this day and age, technology advances at an exponential speed. All you have to do is look at this timeline. Some of the largest, most respected companies started within the last 20 years. It will be fascinating to see what transpires in the next few decades...
We fell in love with Twin Lens when they photographed our closest friends for their wedding in Los Angeles. With backgrounds in photojournalism, Craig and Kitty Fritz, Twin Lens' husband and wife team, are not only able to capture life's most poignant moments, they have an artistic vision that sets… Continue
Just 17 and five months into taking up photography, Nicholas Max is already starting to gain a strong following. He has an artistic way of shooting that's inspired by other ingenues, like Brian Oldham, and there's a freshness to his images that could only come with young age.
If you're a spy and your life is constantly in danger, you need to get a home like this! Designed by architecture firm KWK Promes, the "Safe House" is a two-level fortress that provides a high level of security for its owners.
Located in Warsaw, Poland, the 6,100 sq. ft. home features movable concrete walls that can literally be opened or closed according to the needs of its residents.… Continue
American artist Tony Orrico takes art to another level by performing it! Bypassing traditional tools such as brushes and paints, he instead uses his body to create his mesmerizing pieces. His background in dance and choreography helps him utilize his body effectively to create precise, massive drawings. Whether he is spinning on his torso or moving a specific joint, he establishes a… Continue
26 year-old Douglas Alves is living the American dream. Self taught, Alves was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil where in 2000 he began his career working at different ad agencies. In 2005, he made the decision to become a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. Then, in 2007, Alves was offered the opportunity to move to Santa Monica, California to work on his portfolio he calls… Continue
In 1987, El Salvador-native Rodrigo Luff emigrated to Sydney, Australia to escape the infamous civil war raging in El Salvador. Living in Australia ever since, he took up art as a past time and it is now his full time career. Luff’s series Anima went on display April 15th at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach, California. It was… Continue
Milan-based photographer Settimio Benedusi is a self-professed "beauty hunter." That's precisely why Sports Illustrated magazine hired him to take these stunning shots of their gorgeous models.
Ever since Benedusi got his first camera at the age of 12, he's been fixated on taking the perfect picture. He seeks to capture raw beauty and emotion in every shot. "I look at the subject and… Continue
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